Empowering [verb]

Definition of Empowering:

authorize, enable

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Sentence/Example of Empowering:

With “Body,” the artist continues her mission of empowering women of all different kinds to be confident in their own skin.

The pride center provides an inclusive and safe space that empowers, celebrates, and nurtures the LGBTQ community in Fort Lauderdale.

Klaviyo also empowered clients to take a data-driven look at customer behaviors such as products viewed, purchases and other engagement signals.

We believe that every individual has the potential to understand themselves better, and wake up every day feeling empowered to turn good intentions into actions.

That may be a simple proposition, but it’s also one that will empower the recipient to better enjoy their 4x4.

We can collect the wisdom of everyday people and harness it to empower business, nonprofit, and civic leaders to create meaningful change.

JROTC and similar programs like the Young Marines are promising means to empower young Americans with strong civic education and a commitment to serve others, in or out of uniform.

Montgomery Steppe led the charge to put Measure B, which created a new, empowered commission to oversee police misconduct, on the ballot, after two previous attempts died procedural deaths in City Hall before going before voters.

Section 230 of the Communications and Decency Act empowers social media companies to improve content moderation, but politicians have threatened to remove these protections so they can continue with their own propaganda campaigns.

Leaders at SummitCove work on empowering and educating employees to be able make their own decisions and do what’s best for the company.